The Louisiana Area Historical Museum is proud to bring professional performer Linda Spall to Louisiana where she will present a program on Saturday, May 11, at noon at the Seton Center, located next to St. Joseph Catholic Church on North Third Street in Louisiana.
Spall will be entertaining in the character of Marjoram Fennel, who spins her delightful tales of life through analogies to cooking. A luncheon will be served and the cost for both the show and the meal is just $15.
The menu includes chicken florentine strata, a tossed spring salad, fruit wedges, rosemary garlic bread, chocolate hazelnut cheesecake, iced tea and flavored coffee.
Proceeds from the event will benefit the museum, which recently celebrated its 20th year and looks to the future with more acquisitions and services.
An active board has been providing summer programming for “kids of all ages” and also cataloging items for future reference.
The addition of the Louisiana Visitors and Convention Bureau office as well as the Chamber of Commerce office to the museum’s building has added new life to the museum throughout the year. The museum, located at 304 Georgia Street, is open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekdays.
Tickets are available at the Louisiana Public Library, the museum, from any board member, or by calling 754-5697, 754-4406 or 754-4443. There will be a limited number of tickets at the door the day of the event.